Herald Breakfast – August 11

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @kate_giuliano shared Tuesday’s sunrise over the port.Weather: Sunny in Newcastle (20 degrees), Maitland (21 degrees) and Scone (21 degrees). A gale warning is also in place for the Hunter coast on Wednesday.

Traffic: No major incidents reported on Hunter roads.

Trains: Good service on the Newcastle and Hunter lines.

Beachwatch:It’s going to be another fantastic day beachside with offshore winds and clear blue skiesbut there won’t be many waves for the surfer. The wind will be west to north-west withthe swell fading away to around 0.5m to one metre from the south-east. Wave conditionswill be nice and clean but a lot of beaches may struggle to break.

Morning Shot: Instagram’s @kate_giuliano shared Tuesday’s sunrise over the port.

UrbanGrowth reveals rail corridor concepts:POLL, PHOTOS SOME say it’s the ‘‘generational opportunity to dream big’’ about Newcastle’s future, although some are sceptical.Either way, UrbanGrowth began a six-week public engagement process on Monday, putting future development of the city’s former heavy rail corridor in the community’s hands.

Business’ warn against Woolworths’ dominance: THE dominance of Woolworths retailers in the centre of Raymond Terrace will suffocate attempts to revitalise the town, business owners warn.

Dad asks MPs to pay for his holiday:A FATHER of three has set up a crowd-funding campaign hoping federal politicians will help fund his family holiday to Uluru.

David Carney’s return from exile: THE Jets wingerfeels like a new man. What’s more, heis determined to make up for lost time – starting with the FFA Cup battle against Perth Glory at Magic Park on Tuesday night.

Defiant Newton refuses to surrender:IF the Knights finish the season with the wooden spoon, departing forward Clint Newton reckons they will have earned it.

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